AI*IA 2007: Artificial Intelligence and Human-Oriented by Manuela Veloso (auth.), Roberto Basili, Maria Teresa

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Ahmad making a halo around the stable core C-12. The unstable systems remain alive and the extra neutrons go around the stable core in an orbit that comprises three interlocking rings, Borromean rings to be ‘precise’; but if one ring is removed the structure collapses. Currently these rings are also of interest in mathematical topology and the adjective Borromeo comes from the fact that three interlocking rings were an emblem of a minor Italian nobility – the Borromeo family. The stem ‘halo’ also refers to the observation that the planetary halo usually comprises dust particles: the 21st century artificially created nuclei have a neutron (proton) halo.

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Currently these rings are also of interest in mathematical topology and the adjective Borromeo comes from the fact that three interlocking rings were an emblem of a minor Italian nobility – the Borromeo family. The stem ‘halo’ also refers to the observation that the planetary halo usually comprises dust particles: the 21st century artificially created nuclei have a neutron (proton) halo. The literal and metaphorical use of the term halo is quite firmly established and we find halo nuclei as the basis of other compounds; some of these are yet to ‘establish’ in that the Uscore and ζ values are below our empirical threshold of 10 and 1 respectively (see Table 12).

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